1. Have done next to nothing this week and it’s wonderful. Becoming one with the couch.
2. Dying for this roasted garlic kale lasagna.
3. Yesterday we got timed tickets for the science center and got the kids there in the pouring rain. Managed to get in and all situated and the fire alarm went off! It was insane. Everyone had to evacuate, it was pouring rain, and I just decided we are never going anywhere on Dec 26 and 27.
4. This is amazing. The perennial nature of relationships.
5. TV things! GAH Yellowstone. It’s so good. Do we think something is going to happen to Walker in this last episode… ? We also watched 1883 and I really liked it. I didn’t expect to. Also watched and loved Don’t Look Up and watching Emily In Paris season 2 now.
6. Also my favorite holiday movie is probably The Family Stone but I can barely watch it since having kids. Such a fragile state.
7. Habits to change your life forever.
8. When do you take your decor down? I can’t bear to take it down yet! I’ll do it the first week of January or something.
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I remember seeing The Family Stone in the movie theater and going, THIS IS SO DEPRESSING! HOW IS THIS A CHRISTMAS MOVIE?!?!
However many years later, guess who watches it whenever it’s on TV at Christmas? Yeah. This girl. I love it. I just try not to watch it after something else that’s already made me cry, lol.
I made your hummus pesto for Christmas Eve.. forgot to take a pic & post on Instagram.. I made arugula pesto instead of using basil… it was a big hit!
My favorite adult Christmas movie is The Holiday. Watched it this year on Christmas Eve with Fettuccini and garlic bread! I am planning on taking down my Christmas décor New years weekend. I have done my best to avoid going to stores the past couple of days for fear of the chaos that is post-christmas shopping.
My husband and I had our 3 year old and were just walking into the science center as the fire alarm went off. When we finally went back after lunch the crowds inside were insane! You’re right, never again attempting any excursions like that right after Christmas.
Growing up, our Christmas decorations stayed up until Jan 6, Feast of the Epiphany and we also did our stockings after church on January 6.
Now, my decorations come down New Years Day in between bowl games
This is what we do in New Orleans, you don’t take down Christmas until King’s Day (Epiphany) which is the start of the Carnival season. I love getting to enjoy the tree just a few days more.
YES! My favorite holiday movie is also The Family Stone. And every year I end of a bawling mess, and I don’t even have kids yet. LOVE that movie.